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and the obama agenda, with us e.j. dionne, bbc world news america katty kay, peggy noonan and nbc news white house correspondent chuck todd. in our "meet the press" minute, january 1976, another time of economic turmoil presidential candidate senator lloyd benson offers practical advice to then president gerald ford on his upcoming state of the union address. >> we should be creating opportunity, what the people are looking for in this country is return of self confidence. >>> first, senior white house adviser jalry jarrett. welcome back to the program, to "meet the press." >> thank you. it's a pleasure to be here. >> there is news that i wanted to ask you about. osama bin dad laden has cut another video, is that his voice and is it striking that he appears back in charge of calling the the shots on running operations for al qaeda? >> we have no independent confirmation that that is his voice but let's look at it. the fact of the matter is he is a murderer, has attacked americans and he has killed more muslims than any other group in the region. the president is committed to going after al q
-time pulitzer prize winner and author of biographies on lyndon johnson. peggy noonan, "wall street journal" columnist and writer who authored many of ronald reagan's greatest speeches. not to mention five bestselling books. wallster isaacson, one-time chairman and ceo of this network, cnn and the author of great biographies. among them benjamin franklin and henry kissinger. "new york times" editor and author of a new book "the death of conservatism." welcome to all of you. let me first begin with the poll numbers. one year into his presidency, what i'm struck on, i was looking at this historical polls and he's roughly where reagan was and a little bit ahead actually of clinton. behind both bushes. 41 because of the collapse of the soviet union and 43 because of 9/11. they are all lower than eisenhower and kennedy. who were in the high 60s and low 70s. is that about watergate? is that about the media? is that about a different partisan climate? or were eisenhower and kennedy an exceptional bipartisan moment in american history? >> i do think that poisonous partisan atmosphere, media environ
't matter. >>> coming up a little later, peggy noonan and eugene robinson will be here. >>> and when we come back, a look at mika's must-read opinion pages. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. >>> my name is scott brown. and i'm running for the united states senate. this is my truck. i put a lot of miles on it during this campaign. wherever i go, people tell me they're concerned about the path our country is on. spending is out of control. government keeps getting bigger and bigger. it's time for a new direction. i love this old truck. it's brought me closer to the people of this state. and i want to speak for them as their next united states senator. i'm scott brown and i approve this message because it's time we end business as usual in washington. >> hey, dad. >> martha knows the struggles massachusetts working families face because she's lived those struggles. she's fought for the people of massachusetts every single day. as attorney general, she took on wall street and recovered millions for massachusetts taxpayers. she went after big insurance companies, took on privator
carroll, the two-time pulitzer prize winner and biographies on lyndon johnson. peggy newnan "wall street journal" columnist who wrote ronald reagan's speeches and five best-selling books. and the author of some great biographies. among them about benjamin franklin and henry kissinger and sam tanenhaus author of a terrific new book "the death of conservatism." still surprisingly relevant. welcome to all of you. let me first begin with the poll numbers. one year into his presidency. i was looking at historical polls and he's roughly where reagan was, a little bit ahead of, actually, of clinton and behind both bushes 41 because of the collapse of the soviet union and 43 because of 9/11. i was struck by something else that i want to ask you guys about. they're all lower than eisenhower and kennedy who were in the high 60s, low 70s. is that about watergate and is that about the media and a different partisan climate or were eisenhower and kennedy kind of exceptional bipartisan moment in american history? >> i do think the poisonous atmosphere and everything helps to tear down a person's ratin
county. peggy fox joins us live with more. >> reporter: well, lesli, that guilty verdict came down in the last hour, but they deliberated all day. is surgeon said that the brain is like an egg and if you shake it all day, you can not damage the yolk, however, another witness said that you do this and you do horrendous damage. >> noah had, um, noah had damage to his eyes. it was initially thought he might be completely blind. it appears he can see, all though not perfectly well. >> reporter: the doctor says that noah also suffered from seizures and the parents worry about brain damage. they blame their care giver. she took the stand telling the jury that she never shook him and he just went limp in his arms. >> this can happen. >> reporter: this witness says that it couldn't have been done. >> you can't shake a baby hard enough to do that. >> reporter: he believes that the bleeding in his brain and others is caused by an injury to the head when the baby is sweesed through the birth canal. >> that rotational causes the issues in brain, you don't get that kind of injury from what he i
. and "the wall street journal's" peggy noonan. >>> up next, david axelrod goes after karl rove. >>> plus, the late-night royal rumble gets worse. you have to see this clip. jimmy kimmel goes off on leno on leno's own show. and conan puts his show up for sale on craigslist. >> what a beautiful day from boston all the way to d.c. these are the warmest temperatures we've seen in weeks. 50s in d.c. nice and warm. in south texas, only bad weather. san antonio and houston, taking a look at the extended forecast. watched the rain today in texas. heads through the southeast on saturday. and then sunday, all the nasty weather heads up into new england. so plan your weekend accordingly, we could even see snow in interior new england. sunday, could be very, very messy. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 somewhere along the line, tdd# 1-800-345-2550 investors got lost in the shuffle. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 investment firms forgot whose money it is. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 enough is enough. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 it's time investors got what they deserve. tdd# 1-800-345-2550
offender registry is dead after being tasered by police in arlington. as peggy fox reports, it happened just after 8:00 last night at the pentagon metro station after an officer spotted a shoplifting suspect. >> reporter: right here on the platform at the pentagon city metro station, a struggle took place. an arlington police officer had spotted this man, 36-year-old, william randolph of dc, wanted in a larceny at a nearby pharmacy. >> when the officer approached the suspect, the suspect became combative. >> reporter: the officer called for help. >> while the suspect and the officer were alone, he was still fighting. the officer deployed his taser. it didn't appear to have an affect on the suspect. >> reporter: a second officer arrived and handcuffed the suspect. as standard procedures for tasered deployment, the officers called for medics. >> when medics arrived, they transported the suspect to the the hospital and he was pronounced dead. >> reporter: he was released from prison two years ago after being convicted of the sex offense and other crimes. they recovered items on him believe
wednesday, january 20th. from 11:00 to 12:00. peggy fox and myself are going to host this at rsvp. we will do a panini with a soup. ramen noodle soup. >> kind of for kids. >> we will have the information on our website at wusa9.com. greg? >> thank you very much. >>> >> thank you. rsvp catering thing you can get the information about the wednesday meetup on momslikeme.com. >>> you know it might be the middle of winter but our next guest says now is the time to start thinking of summer camp for your child. the publisher of washington family magazine is in the momslikeme.com spotlight this morning. thank you for coming today. what are the benefits of camp? if parents haven't sent their kids off to camp yet or their kids are too little to go, what are the benefits. >> it is huge. they can focus on things they are interested in and not only enhance what they are interested in already but learn whether they are interested. camp is a great place to experiment and try out those things they may want to try out. >> should you go for a specialized camp or a camp that has everything. >> that depe
as a baby. because of the quake devastation, peggy fox tells us the little girl will have her own home and family. it is only a matter of time now before they bring home their third child, 3-year-old aila from haiti. >> before they had their first child, mathis who is four they always knew they wanted to adopt. >> so many kids in the world need to be adopted why bring others in the world. we have since had our own biological child but we also knew we were going to do this. >> they adopted their second son from texas and have been trying to adopt aila since she was 2 years old. her mother found her in an orphanage. >> i'm excited to get to know her and have a little girl. i have two boys and a little girl would be great. >> 20 minutes after the quake they had an e-mail from the orphanage telling them all the children were okay and to reinforce that relatives actually saw aila in news coverage at the orphanage. >> my sister called and said i saw her drinking a bottle of water on tv. so that's just a relief. >> reporter: now they have learned that aila and other haitian orphans in the pro
, they are also on their way here and coming up at six, peggy fox, they have a story of the frederick maryland family. and that is finallying going to be bringing home a haitian child. and that they have been trying to adopt for three years. >>> the school in rockville, they have been reaching out to the people of haiti for nearly two years now. and now, one week after the earthquake, the entire school, they are mobilizing to do their part from home. lindsey mastis has that story. >> this is our little village. >> reporter: because of being short, students at st. catholics public school know all about haiti. >> they don't have good houses, just mud out here. >> reporter: the students have been raising money and donating supplies since their teacher first traveled there with the connection mission nearly two years ago. >> my first trip was very emotional. and i thought i was prepared. emotionally. to see all the different things. i'm sorry. >> it is just a relief. >> reporter: they were suppose to head for haiti on thursday, but because of the earthquake, her trip was canceled. >> and we suffer
with their elected offs as we found in little rock resident, peggy jones. we just hitting main street, what's your name and what do you think about the health care bill? >> my name is peggy jones and i have a definite opinion. i think it is not government's job to take care of us. government has taught us for years to depend on the government. look at the people in new orleans after katrina. those people had been taught by the government to wait on the government look what happens when you wait on the government. it is not government's job to take care of us. i which government would teach self reliance and independence. our country wasn't founded with the government that was here to take care of us. it is to protect us from foreign invasion so we can pursue our own happiness. it is not here to give us our happiness in any way, shape or form. certainly not with health care. i look at social security, medicare is about to go bankrupt. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: miss jones was not one of our first five folks we ran into here in arkansas. so as prompted, unedited as we found 'em, took 'em as they cam
-- peggy, dorothy christy. now the focus turns to a new generation of teens. >> she hung on to that landing. >> 17-year-old rachael flat, a high school senior from colorado springs, placed first in the u.s. figure skating championship. >> competition in. competition out. stays focused. >> a 16-year-old from southern california placed second, a surprise but not so much for the winning coach determined to toughen her up. >> no tears. >> remember the no cry rule. >> in rachael you have a great athlete. in mariah you have an artist. >> and undeniably underdogs, but underdogs have captured the gold before. sarah hughes did in 2002. >> in the olympics anything, and i mean anything, is possible. >> in vancouver, it will be up to these american teenagers, now the nation's best hope on ice. rehema ellis, nbc news, new york. >> and you can catch the vancouver winter olympics here on wbal-tv starting february 12. you can also follow each day's competition on our website, wbaltv.com. just click on sports. it is 5:27. coming up in our next half-hour of 11 news today -- >> baltimore city police make thre
? >> well, i mean, who's to blame? we hold the president responsible. he owns, you know -- peggy noonan wrote this -- he owns the presidency. he can't just always blame it on the preceding -- he owns the presidency. his stimulus program was lousy, his health care program was lousy, the whole series of programs was lousy, and it means they don't know how to govern. it's not a campaign anymore. he's been on television so many times, nobody wants to listen to him anymore. his audience has dropped by a half. that is damaging to him. he's got to understand he's the president now. he's not a campaigner. and he's got to have a series of programs and he's got to do it in a way where they have a chance to work. >> so, does he need to do what bill clinton did at some point in his presidency after the '94 election. like, wait a minute now, let's look at this. >> right. >> he would go into the oval office, shut the down, and whatever time he was able to use to contemplate bigger issues, he'd also pick up the phone, call outsiders out of washington, get some advice from them. i mean, what about the
at the white house. the story is coming up. >> i'm peggy fox with momsliked me.com. several moms are having issues with potty training. have you been there? can you help? or maybe you have another concern other moms can help you with. we would love to hear from you on momslikeme.com. >>> this time out of prince george's county. sky 9 over the scene of a downed electrical tower on eagle harbor road near highway 381. we are just getting a look at this video for you too. we are told a dump truck veered off the road and veered into the tower. the road is closed. no word on power outages or injuries. we will of course continue to monitor this story and bring you more when we get it in. >>> kids these days are plugged in and then some. a new study finds children spend more than 7.5 hours a day either online using a smart phone watching t.v. or some other electronic device compares with 6.5 hours five years ago. this multi tasking is also on the rise. 7th to 12th graders that say they multitask most of the time using these mediums. a high of 47%. about music. down to a low of 22% who say that abou
: once inside, news4 learned the secret service interviewed erwin gomez and peggy ioakim for close to two hours before being turned over to a federal grand jury. aft afterwards, their attorney talked briefly. >> they answered questions truthfully and to the best of their ability. beyond that, we're not going to comment on the questions or the subject matter or any of that because erwin and his salon do respect the confidentiality of their customers. >> reporter: the grand jury is investigating whether the white house party crashers, the salahis, lied to the government in order to get into the november 24th white house state dinner. the day of the dinner, the couple spent six hours at the erwin gomez sulalon getting mad up and groomed for the event. the stylists sai they welcomed the opportunity to testify in secret. >> it was a very good experience, but as an american citizen i'm here to serve my country. that's all içó have to say. >> reporter: the two stylists are considered witnesses to the activities of the salahis on the day of the dinner. the northern virginia couple was never on
to suggest about this. jane: i want to put in what peggy noonan wrote in the "wall street journal," spefs a conservative speech writer for ronald reagan. the president does not seem to see or hear, he does not respond, he is not supple, able to see observations and change tact. he has a grim determination to bowl this thing through. he negotiates each day with congress, not with the people. but the people hate congress. has he not noticed? how do you answer that question. >> well, i think that's -- i don't think he has. in fact i think one of the things is that this white house believes that all they need to do is put the president out there and they can solve any problem and all they need to say is that, you know, here's what the program actually is, even if your eyes don't convince you of you -- of that. they've run up an amount of debt, spent more on programs that don't meet the promise also they made about it, a health care bill that nobody thinks is going to lower their premiums, raise the quality of care, or bend the health curve down, all of which the administration say is the rati
i take a bow? >> you deserve a bow. >> look at them clapping for me. >> i'm still no peggy fleming, but at least i stayed upright. >> i get so emotional after those pieces there like i'm tearing up. we want to thank jojo. if you want to give the boot camp a shot check out our website at jojostarbuck.com. it was a lot of fun. of course i froze my little butt off but it was good. >> you had it stuck out there and it's too bad they picked those two spots for the olympic team. >>> let's get a check on what's coming up on "meet the press." david gregory joins us. >> good morning, lester. coming up a stunning political upset in massachusetts and now health care reform on the chopping block. with the state of the union on the horizon, what will the president do now? we have our exclusive guest, senior white house adviser valerie jarrett. then mitch mcconnell weighs in on what the victory means for his party as well. it's all this morning on "meet the press." >> david, thanks very much. that's going to do it for us on a sunday morning. thanks for being here action everyone. we'll see you o
copy, joe might even be there. it's going to be exciting. >> peggy, what did you learn today? >> jezy jackson really likes mika. >> norah? >> everybody likes -- >> how many people were in philadelphia last night? >> we had so much fun with governor rendell. >> it was a full house, 500 seats, governor rendell was there. he likes mika too. it was a great event. >> it was so much fun. >> so at fairfield tonight. >> yes. >> at the borders. and then -- >> west hartford tomorrow -- >> on saturday. >> it doesn't stop. >> and by the way, chuck and savannah, we're sorry. i know it usually takes people months to hate us, because we go over, this is probably going to happen for you in a week or so, you probably hate us now, as much as you hate each other. we're really sorry. willie, if it's way too early, what time is it? >> it's 2 after the hour and "morning joe." time now for "the daily rundown" with chuck and savannah. >>> i need help. i need help. >> haiti's cry for help. relief is coming in, but there's no infrastructure, almost no way to get it to them. >> they are desperate this morning f
and a critique you hear of this president from both the left and the right. peggy noonan said that on "meet the press" and moveon.org is saying that now. we elected a liberal president and where is that guy? but i think stay the course is a broader term than that. i mean, i don't give advice to presidents and they wouldn't listen to me if i did, but stay the course means, be yourself. the other phrase from that area was, you know, let reagan be reagan. this was used by so-called pragmatists in the white house. people who were getting the same grief rahm is getting now to let reagan be his inner-conservative self. but reagan was telling his people, i've got to get me a deal. reagan was a very pragmatic president. so if you think of stay the course in a broader way, i don't think president obama has to be an ideologue. >> the stay the course mantra back then was, stick to this program i'm on, it's going to pay dividends. but obama has something different to deal with that reagan didn't. reagan had a democratic congress to beat up on whenever he needed that boogiemen. he had to work with them,
will be here including peggy cooper, the former president of the d.c. school board. you may remember her northwest home was destroyed in a major fire last year taking with it a prized art collection. we'll talk about recovering interest something like that. we'll also get her take on the recent controversy involving the d.c. school system including rorks made by the chancellor concerning the firing of teachers and what some see as moving the famed duke ellington school of the arts. and a you new book details some startling revelations about pope john paul ii why he purposefully hurt himself and the resignation letter he had signed. that and much more coming up later at 9:00. >>> he might not know it, but you can visit korea without ever leaving washington. >> we are joined live from the embassy of the republic of correia. i was really trying to understand what i was looking at. >> i've been here and i've been trying to understand it, too. you know when you see those people standing in an art gallery and they're just like this? >> right. >> that's kind of what i felt like. but they have p
in full campaign mode. your reaction, next, a peggy? college park. did you vote for the president as an independent? how the feel about him? caller: no, i did not. it is refreshing to have a really smart president. i watched yesterday and i am sorry to say, but if my company had employees who came to work and did not do anything and went on there would not have a job the next day. they would be terminated. you have republicans who are not doing anything. they get a paycheck every pay. and they do nothing. they are not serving us or earning their pay. just sitting down like recalcitrant children is totally amateur. they need to begin earning their pay and working for the american people. i don't care which party -- you are american and have been given a job, do it. i have a suggestion regarding closing the deficit. it is the divorced tax. maybe we should start thinking about it. it is a no-bring your. people are divorcing -- it is bad for the family, bad for the community. -- it is a no-brainer. host: callernext, lafayette, louisiana. caller: i like that the president called out su
am peggy very much for being with us. we want to turn our attention to the senate race in massachusetts. this is about the president's trip that will take place to campaign. illogic of it obama's visit is mathematical -- the logic of president obama's visit is a mathematical. a huge block of voters who have a favorable opinion of obama are not with the democratic candidate. he has to get them for her or she loses. "the financial times"looks at the polling. ms.coakley has 53% of the boat. mr. brown is ahead by 4%. i expect coakley to win but mr. brown has created a lot of excitement. democrats are clearly nervous. the national democratic committees have added at least $1 million to atcoakley's campaign coffers. we'll talk about this for the next 45 minutes or so. our twitter address it is twitter.com/cspan first up is new york on our democrats line. caller: thank you for cspan and my heart goes out to the tragic situation in haiti. this is no time for partisan politics for republicans looking to pounce on the president. my expectation is that they will continue to do so.
from twitter.com -- long beach, california, good morning to peggy on our independent line. caller: i was listening to it nbc nightly news and he was talking about the bonuses -- tens of millions of dollars. also a segment on the deepening foreclosure crisis. also in that report there were talking about maybe the banks to do not want to write down principal, whether they would be allowed to write that down if they are reimbursed by the taxpayer, which means i am paying for my house and my neighbor's house that could not afford it. i got back from the u.k. and i was listening to a financial show, and they had a young trader in the city and he had his back to the camera and was saying he expected and anticipated riots either in new york city, paris, one london from irate people and is never came but they anticipated that and also he said it a tax us 50 percent, as in london, we don't mind it for a year but if my colleagues have to do it for five years we will dig in our heels and fight that. to be honest, i think they do realize there is a lot of fury at them and they need to show a lit
suggested, is an important priority. host: peggy on the republican line. california. caller: he is going to cause another attack. he took bush's foreign policy and gave it steroids. both sides of congress are strangled by aipac. i was looking at the 9/11 commission yesterday and nobody talked about the page where it talked about the motivation, why we were attacked. we were attacked because of our support of israel and the suppression of palestinians. host: why you believe that? caller: i have heard from congressman and i have read a book about it. it is a fact. host: where are your facts? caller: c-span, "book tv." host: her comments on president obama? clearly, the president will be talking about his foreign policy and all the efforts he is undertaking to fight the war on terrorism, and especially in the aftermath of the christmas bombing in the review that took place as a result of that. if you look at with the president said, he said he would do everything he could overseas and domestically to improve our security. the president has done what he said he would do in the campaign, whic
is a comment from twitter.com -- long beach, california, good morning to peggy on our independent line. caller: i was listening to it nbc nightly news and he was talking about the bonuses -- tens of millions of dollars. also a segment on the deepening foreclosure crisis. also in that report there were talking about maybe the banks to do not want to write down principal, whether they would be allowed to write that down if they are reimbursed by the taxpayer, which means i am paying for my house and my neighbor's house that could not afford it. i got back from the u.k. and i was listening to a financial show, and they had a young trader in the city and he had his back to the camera and was saying he expected and anticipated riots either in new york city, paris, one london from irate people and is never came but they anticipated that and also he said it a tax us 50 percent, as in london, we don't mind it for a year but if my colleagues have to do it for five years we will dig in our heels and fight that. to be honest, i think they do realize there is a lot of fury at them and they need to show a
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